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CMDCM Eliza Rubic


17 June 2024
Command Master Chief Eliza Rubic
Command Master Chief Eliza Rubic
Command Master Chief Eliza Rubic
Command Master Chief Eliza Rubic
Command Master Chief Eliza Rubic
Photo By: CNSP
VIRIN: 240620-N-N0831-0012
Master Chief Rubic, a native of San Diego, CA, enlisted in the Delayed Entry Program December 1995. Following completion of basic training at Recruit Training Command Great Lakes, Illinois, she reported to Naval School of Health Sciences for HM “A” School.

In May 1996, she reported to her first duty station in Naval Medical Center San Diego working in Same Day Surgery and Post Anesthesia Care Unit. After completing her tour, she attended Field Medical Service School in Camp Pendleton, CA and then stationed at Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan. In 2001, she reported to Naval Medical Center San Diego and was assigned as the LPO of Plastic Surgery Clinic, and in 2003, deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraq Freedom. Upon her return from deployment, she reported to Naval School Health Sciences for Independent Duty Corpsman School. After graduating in November of 2005, she reported to Okinawa Japan for her first tour as an Independent Duty Corpsman. While in Okinawa, she deployed to Korea for Ulchi Focus Lens mission.

In December 2007, she reported to 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force, 2nd Marine Logistics Command and during her second deployment to Iraq was selected to Chief Petty Officer. Shortly after returning from deployment, she re-deployed to Haiti to assist with Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief.

In October 2010, she reported to Headquarters Marine Corps Health Services and worked as the Independent Duty Corpsman Program Manager for the Marine Corps IDCs, and also Headquarters Marine Corps Inspection General where she was selected to Senior Chief Petty Officer in 2011.

In April 2014, she reported to USS Mount Whitney LCC 20 in Gaeta, Italy as the Senior Medical Department Representative and the Executive Department Leading Chief Petty Officer. After a successful tour in the USS Mount Whitney, she reported to Afloat Training Group Mayport in July 2016 after completing Instructor School at Dam Neck VA. While in ATG Mayport, she was promoted to Master Chief Petty Officer and transferred to Surface Warfare Medical Institute in January 2018 as the Senior Enlisted Advisor. In August 2019, she reported to Naval Health Clinic Lemoore, CA as the Command Master Chief. She assumed the role as Command Master Chief of USS Dewey in July 2021, and the ship was awarded the Admiral Kinkaid Seaworthy Excellence award.

In March 2024, she reported to USS Anchorage LPD 23 as the Command Master Chief.

Master Chief Rubic graduated on the Dean’s List of U.S. Navy Senior Enlisted Academy Class 179, Naval Ethics and Leadership Center (CMC/COB) Class 192 and Naval Ethics and Leadership Center Advance Command Master Chief Course Class 060.

Master Chief Rubic’s awards include Meritorious Service Medal (2 medals), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (5 medals), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (5 medals), Presidential Unit Citation and various units and campaign awards.



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